Nokia 5250

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Nokia 5250[1]
ManufacturerNokia
Compatible networksGSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
Availability by regionunknown
PredecessorNokia 5230
SuccessorNokia C5-03
Form factorCandybar, Touchscreen
Dimensions105 x 50 x 14.5 mm
Mass107 g
Operating systemSymbian OS v9.4 S60v5
CPUSingle CPU, 434 MHz ARM11
Memory128 MB SDRAM, 256 MB NAND, 51 MB Internal User Storage
Removable storagemicroSD memory card slot, with hot swap max. 16 GB
BatteryBL-4U 3.7V 1000mAh mAh Li-Ion standard battery
Data inputsTouchscreen, Dedicated keys for camera, volume, power, send & end, and (menu), Voice commands, Accelerometer
Display2.8 inches 640 x 360 nHD with 16:9 picture touchscreen LCD (16.7 million colours)
Rear camera2 megapixels (1600 x 1200)
ConnectivityMicro-USB connector, USB 2.0 high speed, 3.5 mm Nokia AV connector, Bluetooth version 2.0 with A2DP and AVRCP
Development statusDiscontinued

The Nokia 5250 is a budget Nokia resistive touchscreen smartphone running on Symbian v9.4 operating system with a S60 5th Edition user interface. Its price before tax and subsidies is €115.[2] It was announced in August 2010.[3] It was available in China, Eurasia, Europe, India, Latin America, Middle East, and South East Asia and the Pacific Region. It is very small and compact. It comes preloaded with Guitar Hero Mobile series 5.

Reception[edit]

CNET Asia praised the resolution for the budget price, but criticized the lack of 3G capabilities, relying only on GSM and EDGE.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Europe - Nokia 5250 Specifications, http://europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-5250/specifications
  2. ^ Nokia 5250 gets official: €115 for a 2.8-inch touchscreen with 16:9 display ratio (updated). Engadget.com. Retrieved on 2013-12-09.
  3. ^ Launch: Nokia 5250, as seen on Ovi Store - Nokia Conversations : the official Nokia blog. Conversations.nokia.com (2010-08-24). Retrieved on 2013-12-09.
  4. ^ Chan, John. (2010-08-25) Review: Nokia 5250 - Mobile Phones - CNET Asia. Asia.cnet.com. Retrieved on 2013-12-09.

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